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Austria 2022/23 Kits

Austrian football shirts are produced by German brand Puma, they feature a red colour with white sleeves, reflecting the country's flag.

Austria Home Kit

The Euro 2020 home kit follows a series of red shirts beginning in the mid 2000s. All kits have been produced by Puma.

For the Euro 2020, Austria's home kit has a red body with tonal micro dotted print resembling the visuals of a strawberry, one of the most common crops in the country. This kit is part of Puma's Crafted from Culture series.

Austria Away Kit

Austria switches between red, white, and black for their away kits. For Euro 2020, they opted for a black shirt with teal detailings. While the shirt is predominantly black, the highlight of the shirt is the teal prints patterned after Art Nouveau style prevalent in Austria at the turn of the 19th and 20th century.

The Euro 2020 Austria away kit is part of Puma's Crafted from Culture series.


2020/21 Austria Home Shirt

The main body panel of the Puma Austria 2020 home kit is red, with the front being deeper in tone in contrast to the brighter shade of the back up to the point of the collar bone area. Scattered to the entirety of the front side are seed-like graphics in light red that produces a surface similar to that of a strawberry.

The new OFB badge is on the right chest and the white Puma logo is on the other side, with additional black pumas on the side of the sleeves. The home kit uses a white crew neck collar and white sleeves with the cuffs patterned to the stripes of the Austrian flag.

Just like Puma's other Euro 2020 national kits, looking at the backside of the kit one will see a country branding on the collar, in this case, a black capitalized 'OSTERREICH', the German word for Austria.

2021/22 Austria Away Shirt

The 2021-22 Puma Austria away shirt adds to the nation's history of black kits. Like the Puma kits launched during its time, it has a central positioning for the Cat symbol on the chest and upper portion placement for those on the side of the sleeves. But it also differs as it does not have the team crest beside the manufacturer logo. The team crest instead appears as a subtle all-over graphic. The text below the central Puma cat reads ÖSTERREICH, which is the native language wording for Austria. On each side of the said branding is a horizontal line coloured after the national flag. All the branding and logos provide white details for the shirt.

2020/21 Austria Away Shirt

Consistent with the designs of other Puma 2020 kits, the back of the predominantly black Austrian jersey is just plain, while the front shows all the badges and the graphics. This time, the art nouveau inspired graphics display a series of thin teal wavy lines that are shaded a little bit further on its top points, pretty much looking like groups of mountain ranges. The new OFB logo is on the right side of the chest and the gold Puma logo is on the left. Two other gold Pumas are seen on the top part of the sides of the sleeves just right below the shoulders.

The uniform uses a black collar for its crew neck and teal cuffs for its sleeves. The back view of the kit shows the 'OSTERREICH' lettering on the centre of the collar.

Nicknamed 'Das Team', Austria are considered one of the lower teams in the UEFA confederation where they have appeared in seven World Cups and two European Championship, one of which they hosted in 2008 along with Switzerland. The team have had several well known footballers in their history including Andreas Herzog, Anton Polster, Johann Krankl, Eric Hof, Andreas Ivanschitz and Johann Horvath.

Austria previously wore home kit of white shirts, but changed to red beginning in 2004 in the lead to their hosting of the Euro 2008 with Switzerland.

Austria played their first game at home to Hungary in Vienna on 12th October 1902, winning 5 - 0. Austria play their home games in the Ernst Happel Stadium.

Andreas Herzog holds the record for the most number of caps with 103 and Anton Polster holds the record for the most number of goals with 44.

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